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Actor and filmmaker Tyler Perry says his door’s all the time open for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
The “Jazzman Blues” director revealed that he provided his Los Angeles house to the couple throughout their fallout with the royal household.
“It was a really tough time for them,” Perry mentioned in an interview with “Right this moment.”
“What I do know in regards to the two of them, that I want the world knew, is how a lot they love … these two folks love one another. … Out of all these odds towards them discovering one another, they discovered one another.”
Perry’s feedback come simply after the dying of Prince Harry’s grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, Sept. 8.
In 2020, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle introduced they had been taking “a step again” as senior members of the royal household and as an alternative would work independently, splitting their time between the United Kingdom and North America.
Prince Harry and Markle mentioned their resolution got here “after many months of reflection and inside discussions.”
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have reunited with Prince William and Kate Middleton because the queen’s dying, and Harry has been seen together with his father, King Charles III.
Perry gushed over the royal couple, including he wished the world knew how a lot Prince Harry and Markle really cherish one another.
“The love they’ve is basically, actually transferring, and I simply needed to do something I may to assist them,” he advised the NBC present.
After Markle, a “Fits” alum, married Prince Harry in 2019, Markle mentioned Perry reached out to inform her he was praying for her “and that he understood what this meant … that he may solely think about what it was like,” in line with The Reduce.
Because the Duke and Duchess of Sussex determined to start out a brand new life in America, the royal couple took up Perry’s beneficiant supply to remain at his house. Prince Harry and Markle finally settled into their very own place in Montecito, California.